Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir Juz 28 #32 – Al-Tahreem 4

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The history and meaning behind Jesus Christ's actions, including his use of the words "we are not seen before" and the importance of apologizing for one's actions and causing harm to others, is discussed. The speakers stress the need for constant forgiveness and the importance of seeking forgiveness in difficult situations. They also touch on the topic of walking on a beam and the need for light in the time of darkness to act as a reminder of the presence of light. The conversation covers a range of topics, including personal experiences, addiction, and a "vanishing" attitude.
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hamdu Lillahi

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wa salatu salam

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ala so you didn't know Imam you know have you ever been? Muhammad Allah

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Subhana Allah Allah Allah Allah, Allah Allah.

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Allah Allah, Allah came from the shackles of the rivers silly

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gahoo Only Allah, Allah Allah Allah Allah Honohan Sunday but you can carry me on. I mean, yeah then generally when we praise Allah Almighty send prayers and blessings upon the Beloved Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and upon his noble family and writings, companions, and all those that follow them with the right guidance until the day of judgment.

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We say if the angel said in reply to the Lord, glory me to you, Oh Allah, no knowledge have we accept that what you have told us? Indeed you are the All Knowing the all wise. And we ask Allah subhanaw taala to bless this gathering, and to make this lead sincere, for him and to accept from us and you have to make the Quran insha Allah and intercessor on our part on the day of judgment and an argument for us and not an argument against us. And may Allah azza wa jal give us an understanding of the Noble Quran and the ability to implement it in our life. Insha Allah.

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My dear brothers and sisters, I ask Allah subhanaw taala to reward you for your coming and to multiply your deeds and to forgive your sins. As Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us about the great reward by the one who comes to the masjid to learn something about their religion.

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We continue with the sale of Surah Hareem.

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And we left off last.

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The last verse had discussed

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protecting ourselves and our families from the hellfire

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and we spoke a lot about it. And if it wasn't for time, and the fact that we want to continue with that obscene we would continue

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with that higher even though that was the main idea that we discussed last time. And the verse where Allah subhanaw taala

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mentioned the disbelievers and address them saying that even if you're not careful that there will be no excuse on this day and it will be only be recompensed for what you do

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to woo in Allah

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Azza bakoma you can

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gradually jump to the dreamy

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being here

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No.

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Edie more of the money

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Leisha you Wadi

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or you are believed repent to Allah with sincere repentance. Perhaps your Lord will remove from you either misdeeds and admit you admit you into gardens beneath which rivers flow on the day when Allah Allah disgrace the Prophet and those who believed with him, their light will proceed before them and on the right. They will say Our Lord, perfect for us our light and forgive us. Indeed you are over all things, competent brothers and sisters.

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These verses literally shake the mountains. This verse is a verse we need to remind ourselves off, often

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on all levels on individual and collective levels. These verses were Allah subhanaw taala address addresses us specifically

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He immediately and tells us to repent to Allah subhanahu wa taala or you who have believed it's an address to me, to you and to the whole ummah.

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Come back to Allah subhanaw taala and repent to Allah subhanaw taala

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Subhan Allah, how much we hear

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of footballers and lessons and reminders, and we read about it, and we intend to repent, and we have every intention, and maybe we are about to repent, we are on the door of repentance. And the Chapin pulls us back. This is how we, we have become an ALLAH SubhanA. Allah is telling us in an eternal address or you have believed, repent to Allah, sincerely, a sincere repentance to Allah tell that.

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In the other verse, he says, in another eternal address, what to who in Allah Who journey? Are you?

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There the difference is, he didn't mention the sincerity of the repentance. But he mentioned what to do in Allah He Jamia on all of you, all believers, so that you may attain success here. He's calling us to repent to Allah subhanaw taala but the emphasis is not on any repentance, but sincere repentance to it Allah He told the nurses,

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my dear brothers and sisters,

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how often we need to remind ourselves of this verse.

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Is there anyone that is not seen before? Raise your hand

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now not seen before?

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No one raised their hand

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Hamdulillah

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we all have sinned. So we agree. It means we need the repentance correct?

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Let's say someone said yes. I haven't seen before Allah Allah.

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Masha Allah. May Allah bless you. Does he need this iron?

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Why

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he hasn't seen why should fund what should he repent?

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Good. That's one answer. You will never know.

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You will never know how many sins you have sinned that you don't know about. Or maybe small things you thought were not sins but they're actually sins by are all the sins apparent? Not the deeds of the hearts right? There are sins of the heart.

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That's one answer. What else?

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That's all

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Oh, you have believed Okay.

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Definitely. I mean, they're all involved right?

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What else?

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Very good.

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You never know what will happen in the future. The higher you rise on the ladder of Eman, the more you protect yourself from seeing the future, what else?

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What did the timeline say to the Sahaba

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or the sahaba. The

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Sahaba told that again, you are committing sins, which you are heedless of, that we used to count in our days as part of the Kabbalah as

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part of the major sins. Allah

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who is being spoken to the tablet in one of the parents generations, Prophet Muhammad, Salah Salem praised the three pious generations right, the Sahaba without the aid and tabulator during the Sahaba telling the tabular in the second generation, you are committing sins. If we had done it, we would have counted it as part of the major sins and you are doing it and you are heedless of it. Allahu Akbar, what would the Sahaba tell us?

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Do we need to repent? Of course, sins are many, many, many different levels. So when they say I haven't sinned? If anyone says I've never sinned, this is a very ignorant answer.

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And only the one who is ignorant of the magnificence of Allah subhanaw taala will say such a thing.

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Otherwise those who have knowledge of Allah azza wa jal who fear Allah subhanaw taala who went

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Danny rose very high on the ladder, amen. The higher they rose with iman, the more they felt sinful

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not because they may have necessarily committed apparent sins, but because they realize the magnificence of the one they were sinning against. And this is why we pious generations used to say, don't look at the sin.

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Don't look at the, the, maybe the smallness or something else, but look at the magnificence of the one whom you sinned against.

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And now you can understand the same philosophy pinata Hana, whether we are free Lulu or NASA, we will meet in Macaca Allah,

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Allahu Akbar

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and the other eye or whether you are able to log on NASA be Marchesa boo, Metallica, Allah,

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that, if Allah subhanaw taala, were to hold us accountable as we deserve

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for our sins,

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that he would not have left a single creature on the earth.

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Do you you see the magnificence of Allah and this, it means we're doing so much that we do not consider that we are heedless off. But these are sins against Allah subhanaw taala that Allah subhanaw taala deserves so much of obedience,

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and that we avoid the sins and the ambitions. This is the magnificence of Allah and when you compare that to his blessings upon us, that we are swimming in all of this indeed, is a great sin.

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And if Allah azza wa jal were to treat us as we deserve, nothing would be left on earth. Allahu Akbar, glory be to you, Oh Allah, we have not worshipped you as you deserve. We have not thanked you as you deserve. We have not mentioned you as you deserve. Allah Subhana Allah Hannah is so forgiving and merciful, that he has kept us and he is keeping us alive, and he is providing for us and he is blessing us. And we continue not to realize his magnificence and not to thank him and not to remember him and not to worship him, as he deserves to be worshipped. This is the the answer. So we all need to return to Allah subhanaw taala. And because ultimately, we want the consequence of

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repentance, which is to know in Allah He told that the nurse will hand

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us our book of a new cafe Brancusi ethically,

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so that he can he can forgive your sins. Another answer? Don't you want to enter paradise? The other result of repentance? When you create a cool Jannat integer demon

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you want paradise you have to repent to Allah azza wa jal

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whatever Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam,

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what should he repent from?

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He's repenting from his lack of dhikr.

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He's seeking forgiveness for the time that he's not seeking forgiveness Allah Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he says about himself, that he used to seek forgiveness so much. And sometimes he would feel that he left seeking forgiveness for too long. So he seeks forgiveness from from not seeking forgiveness, not from since sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So we all need to repent to Allah subhanho wa Taala and this is the meaning.

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When

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Prophet Muhammad wa salam told the Sahaba that no one will enter paradise with their deeds.

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And they said, O Messenger of Allah,

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even you and he said, even me, except that Allah azza wa jal wouldn't have mercy on me.

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Imagine sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you saying it about himself? Imagine now the greatness and magnificence of Allah subhanaw taala that even he Prophet Muhammad wa sallam, he will only enter Paradise by the mercy of Allah azza wa jal, because haven't

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had Allah azza wa jal held us accountable for our sins and the way we deserve, nothing will be left of creation.

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May Allah azza wa jal forgive you and me, we who believe, repent to Allah subhanaw taala repentance we can speak about forever, and the importance of repentance.

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Listen to the following heavies.

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A man was stranded in the midst of the desert.

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And all he had

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was his vehicle at the time and his vehicle was his camera. His animal

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and

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And he had all of his food on it. There weren't restaurants on the site.

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So he had all of his supplies on this animal.

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And he got stranded in the middle of the desert.

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And he got tired. So he went in the shade of a tree and he slept for a while. And when he woke up, he found that his animal was gone.

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His animal was gone. And so are his supplies. He's in the middle of the desert brothers and sisters, no restaurants, no cell phones. What do you do?

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Guess what he did?

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He lay back down to die.

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He lay back down to die.

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What is he gonna do? He's gonna starve to death. He's gonna get thirsty. And then

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there's no one around.

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He doesn't have the ability or the energy to go on to try to find people. He's in the middle of absolutely nowhere.

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So he lays down to die. And he takes another nap. And then he wakes up and he finds his animal with supplies. Can you imagine how happy he is?

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He's so happy.

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He's exhilarated. He's so happy when he raises his hands and he makes a mistake. And he says

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that, Oh Allah.

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You are my slave and I am my Lord and I am your Lord.

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And Tara

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are the other way around.

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I just made a mistake. You are my slave and I am your Lord. He was so happy. He's trying to say hola, hola. And tell me what

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you are. The more that I understand that you have graced me and given me back my animal and my supplies in my life. You gave me another chance. You see how happy he is? Prophet Muhammad Rasul. Allah tells us, Allah is happier when his slave servants repent to Him than this man is. Then when he found his camel and his supplies, Allah.

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Allah is happier, when his slave servants repent to Him, then this man is forgetting his life again.

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Why don't we repent to Allah azza wa jal? Why don't we seek his forgiveness? And he is the forgiving and he is the merciful, and He is the one who deserves

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our repentance and our worship and our remembrance. Yeah, you had leadin, Ervin to Allah He told us who brothers and sisters, remember when we spoke about self accountability and the importance of self accountability, holding oneself accountable and reminding oneself, this is another one of those verses that you use to school your sinful self.

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We're all sinful. And you and I are more knowledgeable about ourselves and our sins. And times where our Eman has increased and times where it has decreased. You and I are more knowledgeable of this. I cannot tell you now if you are in a high state of email or low, you can only tell me and if you cannot tell me, there is a problem.

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You can tell me at this stage in my life, I'm in a state of real despair at the mercy of Allah. Or you can tell me I am in a state where I'm depending too much on the mercy of Allah. You can only tell me what state you are in if you are watching yourself, and you are evaluating your relationship with Allah subhanaw taala as you are

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most knowledgeable of the situation that you are in.

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This is one of those verses to use to hold yourself accountable.

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The pious generations were so

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cognizant of themselves.

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And their state of iman, they used to score themselves. They would say things like yeah enough to to be oh my soul, repent to Allah subhanaw taala Don't you hear what Allah is telling you?

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Repent to Allah subhana wa taala. Sincerely, you and I can best do this. This is one of those verses we can scold ourselves with, repent to Allah subhanaw taala sincerely for what you are doing, whether it is a sin, that you are doing, and you are doing with knowledge and you know that it is sinful or whether it is a lack of obedience that you know, you should do

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or a form of worship, which you know, you

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must commit to and be consistent in whatever the sin may be a new ally, our most knowledgeable, all kinds of sins, repent to Allah subhanaw taala sincerely, brothers and sisters, this speech is to us one by one. It is to us as families as family units as Allah subhanaw taala told us in the previous verse, you want to go and feel certain way now.

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It is for these family units coming all together as a society

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and all of these different societies in the world coming together as an ummah

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over you who have believed individuals, family societies and at large repent to Allah, the OMA at large

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repents to Allah in Ramadan. Does it not? How beautiful it is. When you see everyone repenting to Allah subhanaw taala reevaluating the relationship with Allah azza wa jal repent to Allah subhanaw taala a sincere repentance

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to Allah He tells us we're

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the only brothers and sisters.

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The OMA is literally fighting Allah azza wa jal with their sins.

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It's a harsh word I agree. But it's the truth. We are fighting Allah azza wa jal

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with our sins, it's like we are battling him. You are going up against Allah azza wa jal

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where do I get this?

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Where do we get this meaning?

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Remember my dear brothers and sisters

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Subhanallah you say but

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why is it so sinful? It's not as bad as Xena right?

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It's not

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Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam tells us that Reba has many levels, the lowest level of which is like committing Zina 36 times, and in another narration, it is like committing Zina with your mother, I will be now I'm sorry for disgusting you. But this is the what the Beloved Prophet Muhammad wa sallam told us and the goal is precisely to discuss you.

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You say but I've always been more disgusted. Zina, I agree with you. It's because our perception of Riba is incorrect. And this is what facilitates

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people dealing with riba nowadays, it's looked at as just any other thing, or a few scholars here and there, made it Hala. So it's okay Subhana kinara.

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This same,

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we are battling Allah subhanaw taala with because Allah subhanaw taala told us that whoever participates in riba that they are fighting Allah subhanaw taala and the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they are in war against Allah and His Messenger SallAllahu sallam, the only

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a at this juncture is in war with ALLAH SubhanA wa taala. And then we raise our hands and we say yeah, Allah, your Allah forgive us, O Allah, where's the victory? Oh Allah. Have mercy on us. Bring us back to the religion come back to the religion first to Allah Allah hater but on the sofa, and he has an He is Forgiving and Merciful, and he will be most happy if you come back to him and you repent to Him, but repent from these great major sins.

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And then we say, how are we different from the Sahaba the Sahaba violated one command of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on the Mount of offered and for that, they got what they got. And Allah azza wa jal recorded it to be read eternally, and for the Muslims to be reminded of it eternally in the Quran.

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One command they disobeyed how many of the commands of Prophet Muhammad Salah seldom have we disobeyed,

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then there is no wonder we're no longer in amazement of why the Ummah is where it is

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to in Allah He told

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me

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if it is a major sin, you need to repent from that sin specifically

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from that sin specifically, and there is also so this is

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have specific repentance, sins that you know and are clear you need to repent from. And then there is general repentance like you mentioned, which is Oh ALLAH forgive my sins or Allah I repent to you from what I have done in the past, like the Prophet Muhammad, Allah, Allah, I will go and should occur be cache analemma was the hero Kalamata Allah, Oh Allah, I seek refuge in Allah from associating partners with you in something I know.

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And I seek your forgiveness for that, which I don't know.

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Right. So, that is the first one is specific. And the second one is general. Both are required. And what shows you that you also need to repent specifically from certain things is the fact that one of the conditions of repentance is to regret. So how can you regret unless you are regretting a specific sin? You are regretting that you committed that sin in specific?

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Yeah, you want to go in Allah He told us

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what is not

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scholars different. And they offer many different meanings. And all of them are fairly similar

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about what this callback Suha is, and not so how comes from the three letter verb.

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NASA, and NASA have means

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to advise, and based on that some of the sayings of Scholars is that Kung Fu, is sincere repentance that acts as a form of advice for oneself.

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It's a repentance that is so sincere, itself is like a piece of advice coming to you from someone else. It's a constant reminder and an advice

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for you and your soul that will recognize

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other popular opinions. And this is some of the variations mentioned. Let's say my alma mater, the Allah who commented, the toe button, not so hard, is a sincere repentance, whereby you repent from that sin, and you never ever go back to it.

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This is sincere repentance. Once you repented from that sin, you will never go back to it again.

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Other sayings are that the sincere weapon the Soha is the repentance, which fulfills the conditions of repentance that the scholars mentioned. What are the conditions of repentance number one,

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sorrow and regret for that same number two,

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stopping the sin, right, stopping it in the first place. Otherwise you're you're you're committing the sin and you're saying Oh Allah, I repenting from the sin. It makes no sense. You have to leave the sin and you have to be regretful over it and feel sorrow for number three.

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When you're starting,

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when you're starting to

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you mean attribute the repentance to Allah.

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Saying that Allah azza wa jal is the one who helped helped you to repent

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mashallah, okay, this isn't, this isn't mentioning Allah and calling on him by his names and so on. This is the best way for the love of Allah the

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third one, to never go back to it

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to never ever go back to that sin. And this is concerning the sins which are between us and Allah and the sins between us.

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This is the fourth condition is

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giving back that Right? Right. If I stall or something else, I return it. If I have done something wrong, I correct it and so on. Okay, this is between us. And that's why you find Subhanallah even not Allah azza wa jal is the Supreme, the magnificent the king.

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Yet the conditions for repenting between each other is more than with Allah subhanaw taala we have to give back things to each other, whatever right I may have taken from you or vice versa, but with Allah azza wa jal is the forgiving and he is the merciful and he may forgive some sins, even if you don't repent from it. And that is out of his all encompassing forgiveness. Subhan Allah Allah.

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So some scholars said this is the sincere repentance, the one that fulfills these conditions. Another

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beautiful thing by for the following even if Allah and he said that the sincere repentance is that you will regret that sin so much that it is always between your eyes.

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You always see it and it causes your

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regretting your heart.

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And this is similar to

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something that

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Allah said, when he was speaking about the status of the one who repents, as opposed to the one who didn't sin in the first place. Remember, we discussed this before?

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Because scholars debated who is better, the one who has never seen one has seen very little, or the one who has sinned and repented on those sins. And scholars have both opinions. And the opinion of the scholars who said the one who didn't sin before is obvious. The other what is the evidence of the ones who said the one who sent them repented? They said, because that sin, if they sincerely repented from, they constantly remember it, and it causes a

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magnificent humanity in their heart, that maybe no one who didn't sin

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would not have.

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Is that clear? The one who's seen them repented, is so regretful of that sin, and mindful of that sin, that every time they remember it, it causes humility in the heart that the other one did not do. And I asked you a question.

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On the day where you committed a clear sin and you are knowledgeable of it. Do you seek more forgiveness from Allah on the day or on the day where you didn't do that sin?

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Your voice more mindful on the day when you send on cue, and you're seeking forgiveness and you you feel humility towards Allah subhanaw taala this may be

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away with that Allah azza wa jal brings you back. Because when you are not sinning, you're not seeking forgiveness. And you're just going constantly, but once you sin, that sin you feel so bad, and you start feeling more humility, and you repent to Allah and seeking forgiveness from Allah smart Allah. So what's the solution? Does that mean that I should sin so that I can feel humanity? No. It means feel that humility, even when you have not committed that sin,

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be constant, in that humility to Allah subhanaw taala and you remembrance of Allah azza wa jal, and you're seeking forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. At least seek forgiveness at least 70 times a day when your beloved Mohamed Salah Salah whose sins have been forgiven,

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sought forgiveness from Allah 70 If not 100 times a day if not more, some Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam and each time he seeks forgiveness

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it's probably much more sincere than when you apply.

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So we should seek forgiveness often. Yeah, you want

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to ill Allah He told that an associate, repent to Allah subhanaw taala SMC repentance as

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a new Catherine come see it come where you feel a Jana?

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Perhaps your Lord will remove or remove you from your misdeeds, perhaps

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is perhaps but as the Quran was said is different, right? How is it different in the Quran?

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According to many scholars, Assa

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is something that is certain. It's not perhaps,

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whenever Allah subhanaw taala says, it does the job of kindling hope in your heart for His forgiveness.

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But at the same time, it is an obligation upon Allah who made it an obligation. Do you ally obligate things upon Allah? God forbid. Only Allah obligates upon himself. What can I

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mean? He made it upon himself to grant victory to the believers. He only obligates things upon himself. Many scholars said Assa Amin Allah Who Jeeva it is an obligation he made an obligation upon himself. If you repent to Allah sincerely,

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Allah azza wa jal will remove your misdeeds, he will forgive your sins, and will he will admit you into gardens of Paradise Isola buku

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and you kept for uncom so you, were you the healer? Come Jannette

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if you repent to Allah subhanaw taala

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Are you benefiting him?

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You're benefiting yourself. And if you repent to Allah subhanaw taala you have gained what you need to gain by leaving the sin

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that you used to commit. That's a good deed in itself, right, leaving the sin

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what obligates Allah subhanaw taala to remove your mistakes.

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What

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to add to to to to forgive your sins.

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It is Rafa Baraka, Fick.

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Nothing obligates him, has he repented and you left your sins, full stop. Why should he forgive your sins? You repented from that sin that's a good deed in itself you left listen excellent

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but Allah azza wa jal adds to that, that he will forgive your sins.

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This is the Mercy of Allah. And this is the forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala when you repent to Allah azza wa jal because when you take one step towards Allah subhanaw taala he takes so many more towards you,

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when you seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala He forgives, He is when he is we all forgiving the whole merciful, He is the one that forgives and is merciful towards us, you can Frankel So, yeah, and this is what he says in the other area in Pakistani book Kedah.

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Know Kapha and uncom. So, Article One Oh kilchoman Kalamkari.

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That if

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you avoid the major sins of watch, that which you have been prohibited from Allah azza wa jal will expiate your sins.

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It means Allah subhanaw taala will forgive your sins out of His mercy, and he will take you to this noble or great abode and this is paradise. Just because you avoided the major sins, so out of His mercy, and out of His Bounty, this is fuggle when Allah azza wa jal speaks about Fabella. In the Quran, it means it is extra bounty from him.

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This is of His Bounty, that in addition to your repentance, or as a consequence of your repentance out of his generosity and mercy, He forgives your sins, you kept your uncle. So yeah.

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Well, you're the killer come Jana. And he admits you into gardens beneath which rivers flow and what else do we desire My dear brothers and sisters, but to go to Paradise, and to live in an abode, where rivers flow underneath Jannette? Where the silicone Jannette tangerine tactical and her May Allah subhanaw taala, makers of those. Do you seek paradise? Do you want paradise? Can you imagine that you are walking in Paradise, and that you are enjoying Paradise, and that you will never ever die? Again, this is something to work for, we need to be held up.

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For this, let those who work put their efforts put your effort for Jana, as much as you put your effort for that job.

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At least maybe if we put as much effort for Paradise, as they put for their education and their jobs, maybe then we will reach it because we have focused so much on this dunya Of course,

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there should be a stark difference between going to Accra and going to dunya because Allah azza wa jal mentioned going to dunya in the Quran, he mentioned the verb in shoe, walk, Hunt shoe female anarchy we have a colonial risk. But when he mentioned Africa, he didn't say him shoe, he said was hairier. He said, who

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will become more gender, race and compete and hurry towards paradise and towards the forgiveness of Allah azza wa jal, but in the dunya

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it means you're permitted, sick of His provision, but don't run in it. We're running anyway.

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And therefore he's slowing us down. And since we're only walking towards paradise, he's telling us race compete. The Sahabi when he saw that,

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the difference between him and entering paradise, where the dates he was eating, he filled the dates. Can you believe it?

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He saw Paradise because paradise was martyrdom for him. He was standing on the door of jihad, and all he had to do was to open the door and to go for the sake of Allah subhanho wa taala. And indeed he left. He was eating the dates. And then he looked at the dates. And he said Wallahi they, these days delay me from entering paradise. They're not worth it. He threw the dates and he ran to paradise and he was martyred. And Allah azza wa jal will admit him into paradise. May Allah azza wa jal take us to paradise and grabbed a smarter than my dear brothers and sisters. You can feel uncom so you can feel calm Jana. Can you remain static and have

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your manual Are you Zilla? Maybe? Yeah. Well, Naveen.

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On the Day when Allah will not disgrace the Prophet and those who believed with him.

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This great day will you anime will be with Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Allahu Allah.

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It depends, depends on what you do with your future.

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If you want to be with Prophet Muhammad wa sallam, there are things we must do.

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And if you're not seeking that, then continue the way you are.

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But if you seek to be with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, there are things that we must do.

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Because on the Day of Judgment, Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will be surprised when people of his own will be taken to the hellfire.

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And he will call to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, and it will be said to him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you don't know what they did after you. May Allah Allah have mercy on us. You don't know what they did, what innovations they innovated. What sins they brought, what guidance that you came to them when they abandoned? You don't know.

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If we want to be with Prophet Muhammad's Allah Azza wa sallam, we need to rectify our condition brothers and sisters, a simple recipe for being close to him.

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Having good manners.

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Because Prophet Muhammad wa sallam said that the closest to you, to me of you

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are those with good manners. This is one of the simplest recipes.

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Have good manners, Be good mannered with people.

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Be pious, don't cheat, be truthful. Be honest, be compassionate, be just

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all of these good manners when you're closer to Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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another recipe

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sponsor a

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sponsor an orphan and you won't be this close to perfect. But at least two fingers. As he himself said, all of these things bring you closer to Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu.

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send prayers and blessings upon the Prophet Muhammad. I don't see anyone less important Muhammad. When you do so, you come closer to him also. And this is why he said also that the one who is most deserving of me and my companionship, on the Day of Judgment is the one who praised and blessed me and said prayers upon me the most solid Allah Allah you

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do it much. Get your tongue

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to mention him often.

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And to bless him often. As much as you can you ask how much I say there is no limit.

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There is no limit 25% of the time 1/3 of the time, 50% of the time, all the time,

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all the time if you want. That's what was said to obey them.

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What are they? Here? So listen to Allah, how often should I send prayers and blessings upon you?

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And he said, the more the better.

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He said to him one quarter of the time 1/3 One half and he kept on going. He said, If you do it more, it's better.

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If you do it more, it's better.

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And then eventually he said, I will make all of mine to up for you. He said, then you will have no grief,

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you will have no grief. And you will be answered some prayers upon Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Taala and you will be closer to him. Salallahu Alaihe Salam, and then Insha Allah, you will be deserving to be with Him and to have his companionship in paradise and to be close to him and maybe to stand with him and maybe to be with him on the day when Allah azza wa jal will not disgrace him and will love to scrape those who believed with him. Your mother Zilla,

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one of

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my dear brothers and sisters, do you know what Kizzy is on the Day of Judgment? What this grace is on the Day of Judgment.

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It's something very great. It's something many people will experience. It's something that Prophet Ibrahim alayhi salam

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asked of Allah azza wa jal when he said well Zimmy

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O Allah do not disgrace me on the day of judgment, Prophet Ibrahim alayhi salam,

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the father of the prophets is saying this prophet muhammad sallallahu Sallam it was narrated, was heard saying it in his prayer, as one of the Sahaba said from Benny canal in the narration of Imam Shafi

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He mentions, he says, in the year of the conquest of Makkah, he was praying behind Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he heard him say this prayer, Allah Allah Allah Zina young piano Allah what have you and I said this before.

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And Allah azza wa jal told us in the Quran in the cabin to the killing now.

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Oh Allah, Oh Lord, the one who knew admitting to hellfire, You have disgraced him seek protection from this disgrace. He says yo Mala you because he learned what Lavina

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seek protection from this disgrace. Brothers and sisters.

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Human Abdullah Abdullah, scholars give different opinions.

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Most of these scholars have Tafseer did not mention that this is necessarily concerning the Companions

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it is for all the believers, your Mala Zilla on Nebia well Lavina Maha.

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So, in that case, how do we explain now, what Lavina Amany

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they said Ma who is referring to

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negating of this grace, it means you are with him when

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this grace is removed from you,

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yo Mala Zilla via when Lavina Ma. So, those who have believed

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they are with him and they will also be protected from this grace.

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The other interpretation and the scholars of language also gave both possibilities.

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The one I just gave you which is seems more popular, because not that many have been facility mentioned the fact that this may concern the Companions only only a few of them did.

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The other explanation is that this is concerning the Companions when Medina Avenue and those who believed with him, and if that is the case, this is another beautiful testimonial to those companions, but Allah azza wa jal will not discuss them on the Day of Judgment, as opposed to what some of the ignorant say about the Companions may Allah be pleased with all your Zilla who nebbia one Latina Avenue. Now, this according to that interpretation may be the companions of the Allah who are known as mine.

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know whom Yes, having the ad he will be a man in the light will proceed before them. And on the right. We explained this before in Surah 10 Hadith, the basic meaning is that they will have light and my dear brothers and sisters on that deal on the Day of Judgment, you and I will be requested

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to engage in a most difficult task, and that is to walk on a long human hair.

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Have you ever walked on a beam the size of your finger

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much less to work on a human hair

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the Seraph is not a human hair.

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It's thinner than that.

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Allah What can you say? What's thinner than a human hair?

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A thinner piece? Have you never split the hair?

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Have you ever split a hair? I have

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a piece of hair you don't think it's gonna get thinner. And then you split it. You see it can get thinner. The syrup is thinner than a human hair, and we will be asked to

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go across it.

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And I wish there was a trampoline on the bottom. There's no trampoline. There's hellfire. Well,

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there's hellfire. And the person who falls from the Spirit will be punished and how far will it go?

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And the problem is, if there's no light, it's not. It's pitch dark.

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So you will find people who are walking

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and you will find people who are walking and stumbling. And you will find people who are

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jogging and running and going across it like lightning. And the ones who are going quickly across it are doing so because of the light that Allah azza wa jal gave them and so they can work easily.

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And they can go across it like lightning. But if you seek that lightning in the time of the dark, seek that light in the time of the darkness of this dunya

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seek that light. Ask Allah azza wa jal for that light. Ask for that light in the darkness of the dunya

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When you get up in the middle of the night to pray,

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this is when people's asked for the light of Allah azza wa jal and this is why those people who are standing in the dark will be given light in this dunya. And on the Day of Judgment, will home yes ha. Ad? Yes, it gives you the understanding that it is ahead of them. And it is lighting the way no harm, yes, ad will be reminding him and on the right. And this could refer to the light itself, Allah Allah. And this could refer to the fact like remember Maria and other explainers of the Quran said that this refers to the fact that they are taking their books in the right hand,

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your home your sobbing, it will be a man him he won't be a man him Kitab and

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that they will take their book in the right hand. May Allah Subhana Allah make us of laws. So those are the people who will be able to walk across that. You say, maybe inshallah I won't have to walk across it. No.

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This is something that Allah azza wa jal has sworn on every single human being will have to walk across

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and the the need is

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what

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what's the belief system

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for walking across the setup that everyone has to do it very famous. I'm asking a question I know you know the answer to

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what in

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Canada, I know

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Hola, como,

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that there is no person or creation except, or none of you, except that you will come to it. And this is something that Allah subhanaw taala has taken upon Himself. And certain

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there's no question Excuse me.

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Yes.

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All that are accountable, will walk across it. Some of the Sahaba when they used to read this verse, used to fall unconscious.

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And some of them used to go into the

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hysterical state of crying and fear that they will have to walk across this. And they don't know whether they will fall or whether they will make it to their destination. But Allah azza wa jal

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Have mercy on us. Munoz will be a man. It is said, according to Hassan basally, and many of the other self they said that this following is

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Luna by the Atlanta neuron that oh Allahu, oh, Lord, complete our light for us. They say this when, when they see the hypocrites, what happens with the hypocrites, they are given light, and then it is taken away from them as we discussed and

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the light is given and then it is taken away. And when they see that fear strikes their hearts, and they say, Oh Lord, or Bella atman Lennon or Anna works with Lana upon that fear strikes Subhanak your

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brothers and sisters, isn't it a blessing that even in this state, and at this time, they are

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performing Doha, Allahu Akbar, who performs Doha in this

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difficult time.

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You must have experienced before a time of difficulty, or a situation

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that made you lose half of your mind. And what that happens. You're no longer really conscious, you're doing things

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because you can't quite think or you can't quite

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focus and do what you usually do. In this situation, they are making dua, why? Because the heart became something that was constantly

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on their tongues, something that they became accustomed to.

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So Allah azza wa jal, and this is a blessing of his upon them. Also allow them to make the Doha at this time when they see it immediately. It means it's something they got used to in this dunya when they remembered Allah azza wa jal and his greatness they asked Allah Allah forgive us of our sins. When they read about paradise. They said, Oh Allah make us of those.

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When they read about Hellfire they said, Oh Allah protect us from it. As Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam used to do when he used to read the Quran. He used to read it slowly in the Korean. And when he came across a verse about Paradise, he would ask Allah of paradise. And when he came to verse about that, he would seek protection from it. So it became something that was immediate. If I told you about hellfire, immediately, our lips go to say, Oh Allah protect me from it. It was sincere. It wasn't even something that went through the brain. It was immediate. And thus when they saw the light of the hypocrites go out

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their hearts, gave them the DUA.

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Purana Oh Allah, complete our light for a swab. But as we learn, I know no one

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will perfect for us. I would like and forgive us. Even then, they're seeking the forgiveness of Allah.

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They deserve to be where they are, will lie because they're seeking the forgiveness of Allah even when.

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It is something they got accustomed to. And it is a blessing of Allah azza wa jal, and it shows you the importance of constantly seeking forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala no matter what, but we've learned a lot on our free letter.

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In the Cana conditions Cadiz Indeed you are over all things competent. And forgive us, you are over all things company, they are remembering and they are declaring the Oneness of Allah and they are magnifying Allah here and there and saying, You are over all things competent, to complete and perfect our life and to forgive us and

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in a hadith beautiful Hadith Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam tells us and this Lima will be happy, as related in his book show, I will email and many of the narrator's mentioned that one of them is the Lima Muhammad and others were Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam said that on the Day of Judgment, I will be the first to be given permission to prostrate to Allah subhanaw taala. And what a blessing that will be.

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And he says,

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and I will be the first to be given permission to raise his hand. So he raises his hand, and he says, and I look

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across the nations.

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Remember, all nations will be there on that day, Allahu Akbar, trains all nations, the 1000s of prophets and 1000s of nations.

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All in one place, waiting for the accountability, the first to be given permission to prostrate and lift his head is Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he will look and he will know his own man.

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How will he know his ummah amongst the 1000s of nations? It's a valid question Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam was asked this by the Sahaba

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The man said to him O Messenger of Allah how will you know your nation from amongst the nations have

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up to your nation Subhanak era

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he said

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what had genuine I mean

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we mentioned this before right? What is going on

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okay

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correct

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white like like a horse okay the other Hadith mentioned that but how how do you make it that way?

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perfecting it means what?

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Doing it in the best way right? But there's something more specific London

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No, yes Thank you Monica. Luffy you go a little above the ankle. Right. And another Hadith he said while in academia

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whoa to the the the heels from hellfire

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go above the ankle.

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Right not just barely a guy who go above it and go above

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the elbow. Go higher than it when you do you do it becomes more complete and more perfect. This is a genuine What about

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this is a hint. What does it mean? Speakers of Arabic

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400 So it means when you clean your face,

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you go a little above

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this forehead, you go a little above it to the tops of your hair. When you clean your face, it's a more perfect will do. And this is what will have Giroud and don't look at it as something small. This will be the indication by which Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will know you on the Day of Judgment, isn't he Tiana, who had genuine I mean SRL will do.

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And

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that no nation will be like this and have this sign accepting the Nation of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he says, and I will know them, because their books will be given to them in the right hand. May Allah azza wa jal makers of those and I will know them by the signs

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in their faces, from to do.

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And I will know them by the light that has been given to them, in front of them and on their right and under left Allah. May Allah make us of those of the ummah of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, who are given this light, and who will stand with him on the day of judgment, and whom He will bring closer and he will not turn away and whom He will, who we will be resurrected with whom Allah subhanaw taala will be pleased with and whom He will not displace. And for this brothers and sisters, we need to repent sincerely to Allah subhanaw taala May Allah azza wa jal forgive you and me an excerpt from you and me and I had intended to do more than this. I had intended to finish two

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more verses, but Subhan Allah, may Allah azza wa jal benefits you and me and the importance of Toba no one can deny So may Allah azza wa jal forgive us and have mercy on us Monica Chico does

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hamdulillah

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Are there any questions or comments

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one thing I wanted to say about the repentance or actually maybe if there are questions concerning it, I'll say it

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in due time tell me that

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oh before that before that was the homework

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sorry

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yes

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ah no not the angels okay. Yes, exactly. Exactly. Yes.

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Yes, last one Allah Hama Amana home wife Hi Luna

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where's the

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mashallah we know what the homework is handled. We need the answer to the homeless.

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Okay, Allah azza wa jal said in the previous verses we explained about the angels of hellfire May Allah not show them to us. They asked when Allah Amara when

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they do not disobey Allah subhanaw taala in what He commands, and they follow His commands, and we said that there is no repetition in this as they seem apparent, and we explained it.

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And the explanation was what at least tell me the explanation

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what's the explanation? Yes

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or No, I'm asking a question now.

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Layer soon Hola. Hola. Hola. Well,

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what is the difference between the two? What did we mention?

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This is similar

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to we said the difference is lair Soon Allah Allah Allah Allah who they do not disobey Allah subhanaw taala. Nor do they have the readiness to disobey Allah subhanaw taala because when you sin, usually it's a result of a rebelliousness in your heart, which will then lead to a sin, they do not have this, they do not sin, they do not rebel against the commands of Allah subhanaw taala. But this, obeying Allah and obeying Allah may be two different things. So you will not sinning is different than you fulfilling the commandments of Allah subhanaw taala to the best of your ability. So scholars said Leiria Soon Allah Allah Allah Allah who they do not sin against Allah subhanaw

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taala or disobey Him, yet we do not know what it means.

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They don't only do what they are commanded they do what they are commanded in the best way and in the best form.

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And they can only do what Allah Collabra they cannot do anything else. So you see, these are different meanings you get from these two sentences.

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And I asked give me another idea that gives us those meanings

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for an MBA

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Yeah, there are 19 And so this is obvious, I won't ask a question like this. Everyone knows there are 90 angels or lay hackers out there and if you can find it and hamdulillah our our kids mashallah can can tell us no, we want to, we want to rise above, right?

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Allah azza wa jal sentence will MBR lie you're stuck below that he will

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lie you're stuck below. This is like lie as soon Allah Allah Allah. Now you're stuck below that and I bet that they do not rebel against the worship of Allah subhanaw taala they don't have a stick bar. They don't have arrogance, layer stack we will.

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And after that, you sit down and later when

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they glorify Allah azza wa jal in the night and then the day, on the day in the night, and they never get tired. These are two different meanings entirely.

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They are not arrogant, to or against Allah subhanaw taala and they glorify Allah subhanaw taala similarly here, last one Allah Allah Allah Who were your Fido NAMA, you

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Yes, ma'am. You had a question? This is the sorry.

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This is the sort of an MBA the beginning you'll find.

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You had a question?

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No.

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What's

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up

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exactly, exactly. No, it's not the word, the word Apple clean or something? Is that what you mean? The hypocrites are people who lost their life No.

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Well, that's a clean, no, they never make dua. That's the secret. For they lost their life. They lost it. They mean when they lose something from Allah, Oh Allah, married they turned to Allah. So they turned to Allah immediately, when they saw what happened to them when after clean when they lost their life. They fear they may lose it also. So they said

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1/5 letter Subhanak. When you ask, this is, it's something nice that we take from the aisle. When you ask Allah azza wa jal for something.

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Ask for forgiveness.

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Here they're asking for something of an Acura.

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And even then they didn't stop at what

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they said also want Finland. So it is even more deserving. That when I ask Allah azza wa jal, something of the dunya did I ask something?

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After I ask, the failure to delay or Allah asked, not only don't get used to only asking on the dunya

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brothers and sisters and try to get used to be

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all encompassing to us.

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Believe me, it's better. Because when you and I ask, we asked for things that are concerning us, according to our very, very limited knowledge. Do you want to depend on your knowledge or the knowledge of Allah?

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Allah He on the knowledge of Allah.

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So asking your DUA, O Allah, I ask you the best, right?

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I ask you the best that you know and then I don't know that which is sooner or later and so on. You and you say the same for evil. Ask for the best of what Allah azza wa jal knows. He knows what is best for you.

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It's okay to make dua for things of the dunya but trying to get used to these all encompassing glass Prophet Muhammad himself is the one who used to say these words.

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A lot of

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this leaves absolutely no good in the world at

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except that you asked for, from Allah Xhosa or alumna Sanlucar mean highly Masada

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Muhammad Sallallahu sallam,

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and so on these types of dots and you will find blessings in your life that you have never seen before that you will never expected because you didn't expect it when you were asking of it. But you when you asked in this general sense Allah gave it to you

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yes

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yes.

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One way like I mentioned, is,

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Oh Allah give me light on the Day of Judgment. Allah can hold on Yes, Avena PM.

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Definitely, definitely ask for the light first, has to be given the light before asking for the completion of the light. As for that light, when you're coming to the masjid?

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Why

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Allah fic da, the hub in a masjid, we do our coming to the masjid. Your Beloved Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam used to say, Allah Allah Dunphy.

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Right, but Allah

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Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, this is Prophet Muhammad, the DUA is full of light. You're asking for light in your

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heart, and in your lungs, and in your hearing and in your eyesight and behind you and in front of you and above you and under you, Allah, what's left, this is the type of problems or challenges to make. And he said in the end, Oh Allah, give me light. As for that light when you're coming to the masjid, so that in sha Allah, you will have that light on the day of judgment. And as I told you, seek that light in the time of darkness,

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darkness and clear.

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Seek the light in the darkness. Allah azza wa jal gives you some things in opposites.

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You feared Allah in the dunya. So he negated fear for you in the ACULA. You didn't fear Allah and the dunya. So you were fearful in the

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you thought light in the dark. So he gave you light in the darkness of the Day of Judgment, when people lost their light, because they,

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they didn't seek that light and they didn't seek the time of the darkness. This time of darkness is a time when Allah azza wa jal descends in a way that is deserving of his magnificence. He descends to the lowest heaven and he calls on people who is seeking forgiveness so that I can forgive him who is asking so that I can give him

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all of this is happening. And you and I are sound asleep.

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Subhanak

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how heedless we are.

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But there are people who are not heedless. And they know the value of this and they get up at that time. Fish light at that time and Allah azza wa jal will give you light and shopping.

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Reading

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exactly what a coffee is gonna just tell you reciting the song to cap on Friday gives you what

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no know

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give you the light to the next week. So if you recite it every week, then you are moving and you are living your love life with light. And this is one of the one of the greatest blessings because Allah subhanaw taala said

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that

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Allah azza wa jal st Prophet Muhammad sallahu wa salam to remove us from darkness into light.

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And he says

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he says,

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You take on key flaming Allah. When you're done, Nakamura will come soon.

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He promised those who fear Allah and have Taqwa and piety that they will let Allah azza wa jal will give them double reward. And Allah subhanaw taala will give them light that they will work with. And in sha Allah this is in the accurate and this is in the dunya

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and indeed, there are people who are working with light and they are giving light and they are teaching light they are teaching the Quran because Quran is light.

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May Allah azza wa jal give us light

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and the time of sleeping

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In

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the interest when before you sleep always always always mentioned Allah subhanaw taala when you sleep and when you wake up

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to provide

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he was pulling

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if you remember the story

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I'm not sure

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the difference between the know

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exactly

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when to

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be put on

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as evidence

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I say I haven't heard enough Mashallah. So he was he was called by the light or as if the one who has been given light when he was working

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Allah

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Masha Allah,

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Allah azza wa jal makers of those

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eyes

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yeah.

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come from the same tribe from dos exactly

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like to something that

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one should work for.

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can happen

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when the certain

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limitations

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of course there are things called karma. We believe in that

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we don't exaggerate is the only difference, but that someone had lied or Allah azza wa jal had given someone like this.

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This is because they were constant with the light that is the Quran and they follow the light and the guidance of Allah subhanaw taala. And they asked for like May Allah azza wa jal give us

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concerning the repentance, but it's just a hadith that will mention

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that

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because the scholars debated many issues, about repentance when they spoke about repentance in the Quran, and

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the concept of repentance in general,

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but one thing is clear. And that is that you may repent from a sin

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and you may go back to it.

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But after that, a few repent again and you will never go back to it. That's a sincere repentance.

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And despite going back to the sin,

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if your repentance is sincere,

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Allah will forgive you.

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Subhanallah Can

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you see the mercy of Allah azza wa jal, even though you may have repented from the sin, and then you went back to the sin

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How is that

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when

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if you are doing that sin, and you repented not sincerely, and you know yourself, you didn't really

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have the will, that you will leave that sin forever.

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And then you went back to it. This is not sincere repentance in the first place. But if you sincerely repented, and you proclaim, Oh Allah, I will never go back to that.

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And then the shape can weaken you and you went back to the sun. Your repentance may have been sincere and honest. But you went back to the sin because of your weakness, and then you repented again, Allah azza wa jal will forgive you.

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Because of the authentic hadith in Sahih Muslim,

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where he told us that the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam was saying

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that a man had sinned against Allah subhanaw taala.

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And then he repented from that sin.

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And then, after he repented, Allah azza wa jal told the angels that my slave servant committed a sin.

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And he knew

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that he has a lord

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that would forgive that sin, or take him because of that sin.

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And He forgave him for that sin.

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And the man went back to the city

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and he did it again and

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Then he came back to Allah and he said, Forgive me Lord.

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And Allah azza wa jal said, the same thing. My slave servant knew that he has a lord that can forgive for the sin or hold him accountable for the sin.

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I forgive my slave servant

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Subhan Allah, you see that the Mercy of Allah azza wa jal, and then it happened again and he sinned again. And he went back to Allah and he said, Oh, Allah, forgive me for my sin.

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And he said, My slave service knows that he has a Lord, who can forgive the sin and hold him accountable for the sin.

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I forgive my slave server, and he says to him, go and do what you please for I have forgiven you.

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Allahu Akbar.

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He's singing and repenting.

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It seems like he's playing a role No. He repented sincerely, and Allah azza wa jal forgive him.

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What is the last statement mean? Doesn't it doesn't mean he can do whatever he wants. No, but it's chose. Allah is telling him as long as you come to me every time in sincere repentance, you are forgiven,

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and He forgave him.

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Because he repented sincerely, but out of weakness, he went back to the sin, Allah subhanaw taala forgave him. And

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this is how some of the scholars explained the verse, that in our canon, aware being a father,

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that he is for the AWARE being

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the most forgiving, to whom to be aware, when they said Be aware are the ones who return who are the ones who return the ones who sin and return sin and return sin and come back to Allah subhanaw taala who was sinning, then sincerely repenting to Allah, but then they are weak and they go back to the sin. Allah azza wa jal is forgiving for them. But eventually, brothers and sisters,

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there should be a witness who sincere repentance, whereby you will never ever go back to the sin again, and it haunts you constantly. And it allows you to repent to Allah subhanaw taala and humble yourself to Allah subhanaw taala May Allah azza wa jal forgive you and Inshallah, any other questions or comments? Yes.

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What do you mean?

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Closer to the God

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to be more sincere, like we said, we mentioned the conditions, to live with him to be regretful for the sin and

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to have the sincere

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will and will power to never go back to that same again

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procedure because,

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as we said, and to pray to Allah, Allah, this is called Salah to tell them there are some scholars mentioned. It's not very sound.

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Yeah, it's not very sound but there is a specific Salah for repenting to Allah subhanaw taala as long as you have completely, sincerely repented and left the sin and vowed never to go back to that sin again. Your sin your repentance in sha Allah is accepted and you will gain what Allah azza wa jal promised. But one of the ways that helps you

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is to always ask Allah to help you against that sin. Don't feel ashamed. The shaper may come to you and tell you, how can you make dua about this shameful sin Subhanallah but he is the one who told you to stop praying in the first place. Now he has Taqwa. And he's telling you how can you ask Allah azza wa jal and even mentioned the sin in your mentioned the sin or Allah helped me against the drinking of alcohol

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or against some of the major sins or some of the minor sins? Oh Allah Hi can I constantly backed by helped me to stop backbiting helped me to stop riba helped me to stop lying helped me to stop doing injustice or any

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wrongdoing, my wife or my children or vice versa and so on, say it in your behalf. Ask Allah azza wa jal to help you against that sin to repent to Him from that and ask for COVID

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For sincere repentance to Allah subhanaw taala This is the best way to get

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ready oneself for that repentance.

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Do it at times where it's most accepted in solitude

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when the rain falls, when you're traveling or when you're sick, when, in the middle of the night, when Allah subhanaw taala descends in the last third of the night, and all of these different times where do I

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As it was accepted,

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and Allah subhanaw taala will help you to that repentance.

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And this is where, okay, this is where some scholars also debated the issue of the repentance of the disbeliever as opposed to the believer. And they said the repentance of the disbeliever is 100% accepted.

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Without a doubt if it's sincere,

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the repentance of the believer they differed on they said Allah may accept it, and Allah may not accept.

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Yes, this is in the case of the disbeliever. It is definitely one what is going to repent from from lack of praying.

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He's committing a worst sin which is shipped right? Is he held accountable for not paying?

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Is he held accountable for not paying?

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Yes, no.

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Yes.

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How many years?

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Is the calf and held accountable for not praying?

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How many Yes.

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Is he held accountable for not giving?

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Yes, no.

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How many no not held accountable majority in between.

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Substantial

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the majority of scholars say they are held accountable for everything.

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This is an issue about which the scholars have assumed in fact different.

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Some scholars said they are held accountable. Others said they are not the ones who said they are not said the sin they're committing is much worse than all of the other sins and that is not believing in Allah or denying Muhammad Salah and so on. Right

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the scholars who said no they are held accountable said what they used one

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oh I feel homework coming on.

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I don't plan these things. It just comes

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they used one strong evidence that they are held accountable

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no

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to general doesn't

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to show that they are all held accountable. Even they need the masala they call them being held accountable for full Islam, not just Iman and Schilke for all of the other

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worship and acts of Islam. What verse did they use? Shall I tell you I'm gonna keep it for homework.

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We're hungry. So tell us

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saw that

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when they are gone, when they are asked masala confused Chaka Khan

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Nanako, minimum Sunday. Why are they mentioning prayer.

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This

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mentioning prayer means they're held accountable for if they're held accountable for prayer but held accountable for other things, the council every other obligations are held accountable for not doing it

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all.

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While I'm not miskeen

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we didn't pray we didn't give them escape and so on.

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A good majority of scholars said that they are held accountable for that also Allah Allah Allah, Allah Allah have mercy on us and accept from you and me.

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Yes.

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Yes, I wanted to ask you about the characters. Yes. Is it

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is if it is done in the way in which is Reba which is at the end if you don't pay her

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the amount and then they start

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charging interest against you and so on. But the only time when the great finance house has given credit cards and they do it in a in a different way whereby you don't end up paying that interest, but this is permissible.

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But in the way usual credit card cards go yes, it is.

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Yes.

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Ah

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Allah

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No.

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No working in conventional banks,

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Allah azza wa jal guide us Yeah honey.

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Can you imagine going and actively waging war against Allah? Just imagine that person saying, Oh Allah, I am waging war against you Allah.

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This is waging war against Allah subhanaw taala. Yes, working for those conventional banks, dealing with those conventional banks, when you have an Islamic outlet

01:30:35 --> 01:30:53

when you have an Islamic outlet, when you don't have an Islamic outlet, scholars permitted it, but from the standpoint of Amala to be right, so necessities making prohibitions allowable, but when you have an Islamic outlet know

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when there is an Islamic way when there is an Islamic bank you are not allowed

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to and forsaken world

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this is all I have to say fear Allah and protect yourselves and your your children and your families from hellfire people take this tool easily. And it is not easy when Allah Rebus one of the greatest sins, working in conventional banks is that it is not permissible.

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And believe me

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what ever problems you have with cabbage, whatever the I don't say kFH because it is the outlet here. There are other banks but it's still in the making, right?

01:31:44 --> 01:31:56

Whatever problems you may have, or objections you may have, believe me when you leave something that displeases Allah, for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala he'll give you something better.

01:31:58 --> 01:32:13

Do it with that spirit. Allah azza wa jal forgive us. And the OMA Allah azza wa jal give us understanding from you and me Subhan Allah, masha Allah Allah Allah and Mr. Felix

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Yeah, of course, because you're all invited for the dinner. Baraka Africa.

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ancestors, of course brothers and sisters.

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Sisters, yeah, of course.

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There's a business

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thank you for coming to the company.

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GE I know this is a problem. This is a problem. My brother faces situation. I tell you for Takala Mr. Fear Allah as much as you can. If you can get yourself out of it. Get yourself if you have a company.

01:33:25 --> 01:33:31

I am I am working for the company. And they asked me to do something for a rubber band, I'll say no.

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I will not help them in any way. It's it's difficult. And these issues are difficult, believe me. And what I'm told us at the end of time, if you don't deal directly with it, you will get away with dust. This is this is the reality that

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I say to you things like this. Fear Allah as much as you can. I'll give you an example.

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What if it was alcohol?

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For example, it got excellent.

01:34:08 --> 01:34:10

It service will you give it to

01:34:11 --> 01:34:12

them? It's the same exact answer.

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You see,

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when we talk about kFH now

01:34:21 --> 01:34:24

for example, it almost completely

01:34:26 --> 01:34:27

IDs

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may be serving non conventional convention.

01:34:32 --> 01:34:33

And then we rely on average

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at least Attorney What I don't know about this, but what I do know is they have a

01:34:45 --> 01:34:55

group of scholars, trustworthy scholars, who are managing them and who are helping them on the issues of

01:34:56 --> 01:34:59

religious verdicts and things like that and

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When the when you go ahead with them with the

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intention that this is this this is what is Islamic and

01:35:11 --> 01:35:12

you are trusting them

01:35:13 --> 01:35:16

and they're your only alternative now

01:35:18 --> 01:35:31

you have removed responsibility from your shoulders you are you have done your part and if they are doing something wrong God forbid they will have the same as a fall but people rely on this you cannot use this

01:35:32 --> 01:35:40

you cannot use this as an excuse to say if that's the case, then I can go to a conventional bank No.

01:35:41 --> 01:35:48

Is it is it basically the near the law person is like he's not knowing it. And he goes for someone for guidance. And then that person

01:35:49 --> 01:35:54

is like saying, Okay, this is this is thing which

01:36:00 --> 01:36:05

I noticed Carter, I'm depending on you or you're telling me you have trustworthy scholars, and anyway he's the only

01:36:09 --> 01:36:09

one

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